Breed: Miniature Pinscher
Age: 10yrs (approx. DOB: 12/09/03)
Level of blindness: Vision is cloudy
Cause of eye issues: Corneal Edema
Health issues: None
Weight: 22 pounds
Good with dogs: Yes, possessive of humans but tolerates other dogs, responds to no
Good with cats: Yes
Good with kids: Older children only
Currently being fostered in: VA
*BDRA will transport the dog a reasonable distance, to an approved adopter, at no extra cost, even if out of state.
12/22/13: Levi came to us from the shelter a very scared, timid little man. Over the past 10 days we have taken everything incredibly slowly to give him the best possible chance for success. Levi continues to amaze us every day with his progress. Although he doesn't know any commands (we are trying to teach this old dog some new tricks) he is a rock star on a leash. Levi LOVES to ride in the car and go anywhere his humans go. Levi is a complete cuddlebug in the house and will lay with you all the time. He is doing well crated during the day but would probably prefer a home with more people during the day. He is currently living with 5 other dogs and 3 cats. He doesn't pay much attention to the cats and is not a play machine with the dogs either. He is more concerned about the humans.
Levi, per owner surrender form, was never housebroken. We are doing our best to address it.
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